Pros: 11.6” LED Screen, Fast Boot time, 5-in-1 card reader, resilient to finger prints and low price
Bottomline: A feature rich good looking netbook with over 5 hrs of battery life, perfect for people on the go.
It gives you a resolution of 1366x768p which is better than the AO522 model we have tested last year. It has a stylish keypad with soft and well-sized keys, multi-gesture touchpad, VGA out, and Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, 3 USB 2.0 and 5-in-1 card reader ports. The netbook has 1.3 MP webcam for doing video chat which is better than 0.3MP webcam in Dell Inspiron and Asus Eee Netbooks.
All that is offered with only 1.34 Kg weight on your shoulders, making it an extremely mobile companion. Unlike AO522, it does not get heated up easily. You can work keeping it on your lap.
On the performance front, the netbook scored good scores compared to similar Atom powered netbooks, with a PC Mark Vantage score of 1743. The battery backup is also found to be impressive. It lasted for 5 hrs 16 mins in Imtec Battery Mark test. The netbook has 2GB RAM and 320GB HDD. The graphics are supported by AMD Radeon HD 6990 Graphics. At a price tag of approx 18K, the product is well packaged on features and performance desired of a netbook.